July 27, 2016

In the aftermath of violence, terrorism or other incidents, educators and families can give children the tools they need to understand what has happened and steps to challenge in safe and effective ways. WHAT EDUCATORS AND FAMILY MEMBERS CAN DO Today, local, national or international tragedies happen so frequently that they can feel almost commonplace.
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July 20, 2016

Since January 2009, ADL has tracked 70 incidents in which shots were fired between police and domestic ideological extremists. Eighty-four percent of those involved were purveyors of extreme right-wing ideologies. The July 17 attack on Baton Rouge police marks the ninth such incident this year.  With nine incidents year-to-date, verses a full year average of
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July 18, 2016

ADL experts participated in the First Global Forum Against Anti-Semitism, which aimed to address anti-Semitism in Latin America with discussions that focused on cyberhate, education, legislation and interfaith dialogue. Read More RELATED Best Practices for Responding to Cyberhate ADL Global 100 Poll: See the Numbers Across the Americas Background on the AMIA/DAIA Attack
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FB-DNC-RNC-Platforms (1) July 16, 2016

Over the next two weeks, Repub­li­cans and Democ­rats con­vene their con­ven­tions – the equiv­a­lent of the MLB All-Star Game for polit­i­cal junkies. While the con­ven­tions are often a spec­ta­cle of polit­i­cal the­ater, this year it feels like the drama that has taken cen­ter stage is over­shad­ow­ing impor­tant pol­icy issues. This hasn’t hap­pened in a vac­uum. 
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July 2, 2016

In his most recent blog, ADL CEO and national Director, Jonathan Greenblatt discusses free speech on campus following his remarks to a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival. He says that while there’s nothing wrong with debating Israel’s policies on campus, there’s “something profoundly wrong when some with strong views exploits academic freedom to shut
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